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1 Appendix 2009 NEHRP RECOMMENDED SEISMIC PROVISIONS PROJECT PARTICIPANTS BSSC BOARD OF DIRECTION David R. Bonneville, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, California Vice Position vacant Secretary James Rinner, J. E. Dunn Construction Company, Topeka, Kansas (representing the Associated General Contractors of America) Ex Officio Jim. W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant, Dallas, Texas Edwin Dean, PE, SE, Nishkian Dean, Portland, Oregon (representing the Applied Technology Council) Cynthia J. Duncan, American Institute of Steel Construction, Chicago, Illinois Jay W. Larson, PE, FASCE, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Joseph Messersmith, Portland Cement Association, Rockville, Virginia Ronald E. Piester, RA, New York State Department, Division of Code Enforcement and Administration (representing the International Code Council) Timothy Reinhold, Institute for Building and Home Safety, Tampa, Florida James Rossberg, PE, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia James Tim Ryan, CBO, City of Overland Park, Kansas (representing the National Institute of Building Sciences) Gregory Schindler, PE, SE, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle, Washington (representing the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) Charles Spitz, NCARB, AIA, CSI, Architect/Planner Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey (representing the American Institute of Architects) S. Shyam Sunder, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (representing the Interagency Committee for Seismic Safety in Construction) Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia David P. Tyree, PE, CBO, American Forest and Paper Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado BSSC BOARD OF DIRECTION Henry Green, Bureau of Construction Codes, State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services, Okemos, Michigan Vice David R. Bonneville, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco (representing the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute) 373

2 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Secretary James Rinner, Kitchell CEM, Sacramento, California (representing the Associated General Contractors of America) Ex Officio Jim. W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant, Dallas, Texas Bradford K. Douglas, PE, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Edwin Dean, PE, SE, Nishkian Dean, Portland, Oregon (representing the Applied Technology Council) Cynthia J. Duncan, American Institute of Steel Construction, Chicago, Illinois Jay W. Larson, PE, FASCE, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Joseph Messersmith, Portland Cement Association, Rockville, Virginia Ronald E. Piester, RA, New York State Department, Division of Code Enforcement and Administration (representing the International Code Council) Timothy Reinhold, Institute for Building and Home Safety, Tampa, Florida James Rossberg, PE, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia Howard Simpson, ScD, PE, Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger, Arlington, Massachusetts (representing the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) Charles Spitz, NCARB, AIA, CSI, Architect/Planner Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey (representing the American Institute of Architects) S. Shyam Sunder, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (representing the Interagency Committee for Seismic Safety in Construction) Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia BSSC BOARD OF DIRECTION Jim W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant, Dallas, Texas Vice David R. Bonneville, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco (representing the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute) Secretary James Rinner, Kitchell CEM, Sacramento, California (representing the Associated General Contractors of America) Ex Officio Charles H. Thornton, PhD, SE, Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Inc., Washington, DC Bradford K. Douglas, PE, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Edwin Dean, PE, SE, Nishkian Dean, Portland, Oregon (representing the Applied Technology Council) Cynthia J. Duncan, American Institute of Steel Construction, Chicago, Illinois Henry Green, Bureau of Construction Codes, State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services, Okemos, Michigan (representing the National Institute of Building Sciences) Jay W. Larson, PE, FASCE, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Joseph Messersmith, Portland Cement Association, Rockville, Virginia Ronald E. Piester, RA, New York State Department, Division of Code Enforcement and Administration (representing the International Code Council) Timothy Reinhold, Institute for Building and Home Safety, Tampa, Florida James Rossberg, PE, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia Howard Simpson, ScD, PE, Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger, Arlington, Massachusetts (representing the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) 374

3 Project Participants Charles Spitz, NCARB, AIA, CSI, Architect/Planner Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey (representing the American Institute of Architects) S. Shyam Sunder, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (representing the Interagency Committee for Seismic Safety in Construction) Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia Jim W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant, Dallas, Texas BSSC BOARD OF DIRECTION Vice David R. Bonneville, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, California (representing the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute) Secretary James Rinner, Turner Construction, Dixon, California (representing the Associated General Contractors of America) Ex Officio Charles H. Thornton, PhD, SE, Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Inc., Washington, DC Bradford K. Douglas, PE, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Cynthia J. Duncan, American Institute of Steel Construction, Chicago, Illinois Edwin Dean, PE, SE, Nishkian Dean, Portland, Oregon (representing the Applied Technology Council) Henry Green, Bureau of Construction Codes, State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services, Okemos, Michigan (representing the National Institute of Building Sciences) Jay W. Larson, PE, FASCE, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Joseph Messersmith, Portland Cement Association, Rockville, Virginia Ronald E. Piester, RA, New York State Department, Division of Code Enforcement and Administration (representing the International Code Council) Timothy Reinhold, Institute for Building and Home Safety, Tampa, Florida James Rossberg, PE, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia Howard Simpson, ScD, PE, Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger, Arlington, Massachusetts (representing the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) Charles Spitz, NCARB, AIA, CSI, Architect/Planner Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey (representing the American Institute of Architects) S. Shyam Sunder, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (representing the Interagency Committee for Seismic Safety in Construction) Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia BSSC BOARD OF DIRECTION Jim W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant, Dallas, Texas Vice David R. Bonneville, PE, SE, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, California (representing the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute) Secretary Jim Rinner, Kitchell CEM, Sacramento, California Ex Officio Charles H. Thornton, PhD, SE, Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Inc., Washington, DC 375

4 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Bradford K. Douglas, PE, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Edwin Dean, PE, SE, Nishkian Dean, Portland, Oregon (representing the Applied Technology Council) Henry Green, Bureau of Construction Codes, State of Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services, Okemos, Michigan (representing the National Institute of Building Sciences) H. S. Lew, PhD, PE, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland (representing the Interagency Committee for Seismic Safety in Construction) Joseph Messersmith, Portland Cement Association, Rockville, Virginia Ronald E. Piester, RA, New York State Division of Code Enforcement and Administration, Kinderhook, New York (representing the International Code Council) James Rinner, Turner Construction, Dixon, California (representing the Associated General Contractors of America) James Rossberg, PE, American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia Jeffrey Sciaudone, PE, Institute for Building and Home Safety, Tampa, Florida W. Lee Shoemaker, PhD, Metal Building Manufacturers Association, Cleveland, Ohio Howard Simpson, ScD, PE, Simpson, Gumpertz and Heger, Arlington, Massachusetts (representing the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations) Charles Spitz, NCARB, AIA, CSI, Architect/Planner Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey (representing the American Institute of Architects) Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia BSSC MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS Voting AFL-CIO Building & Construction Trades Department Representative: Pete Stafford, Center to Protect Worker's Rights American Concrete Institute Representative: Shuaib H. Ahmed, American Concrete Institute American Consulting Engineers Council Representative: Gregg Brandow, PhD, Brandow & Johnston Assoc. Alternate: Edward Bajer, American Consulting Engineers Council American Forest & Paper Association Representative: Bradford K. Douglas, PE, American Forest & Paper Association Alternate: Philip Line, PE, American Forest & Paper Association American Institute of Architects Representative: Charles A. Spitz, AIA, CSI, NCARB, Architect-Planner-Code Consultant Alternate: Perry Haviland, FAIA, Haviland Associates Architects American Institute of Steel Construction Representative: Cynthia J. Duncan, American Institute of Steel Construction Alternate: Louis F. Geschwinder, American Institute of Steel Construction American Iron and Steel Institute Representative: Bonnie Manley, American Iron & Steel Institute APA - The Engineered Wood Association Representative: Thomas D. Skaggs, PhD, APA - The Engineered Wood Association Alternate: Borjen Yeh, APA - The Engineered Wood Association American Society of Civil Engineers Representative: James A. Rossberg, American Society of Civil Engineers Alternate: Douglas G. Honegger, Consulting Engineer American Society of Civil Engineers - Kansas City Chapter Representative: Thomas Heausler, Heausler Structural Engineers 376

5 Project Participants Alternate: F. Alan Wiley, Black & Veatch American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. Representative: William Staehlin, Division of State Architect (California) Alternate: Claire Ramspeck, ASHRAE American Society of Mechanical Engineers Representative: Ronald W. Haupt, Pressure Piping Engineering Associates Alternate: Timothy Adams, Stevenson & Associates American Welding Society Representative: John Gayler, American Welding Society Alternate: Andrew Davis, American Welding Society Applied Technology Council Representative: Edwin T. Dean, Nishkian Dean Alternate: Christopher Rojahn, Applied Technology Council Associated General Contractors of America Representative: Jim Rinner, J.E. Dunn Construction Company Alternate: Corey Peterson, Associated General Contractors of Kansas, Inc. Association of Engineering Geologists Representative: Ellis Krinitzsky, Army Corps of Engineers Alternate: Patrick J. Barosh, Patrick J. Barosh & Associates Association of Major City Building Officials Representative: Andrew A. Adelman, City of Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety Alternate: Victor Cuevas, City of Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety Brick Industry Association Representative: J. Gregg Borchelt, Brick Industry Association Alternate: Charles B. Clark, Brick Industry Association Building Owners and Managers Association International Representative: Ron Burton, BOMA, International California Seismic Safety Commission Representative: Fred Turner, Seismic Safety Commission (California) Canadian National Committee on Earthquake Engineering Representative: R. H. Devall, Read Jones Christoffersen, Ltd. Alternate: Cathleen Taraschuk, National Research Council of Canada Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada Representative: Kurtis K. Siggard, Concrete Masonry Association of California and Nevada Alternate: Chukwuma Ekwueme, Weidlinger Associates, Inc. Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Representative: Scott Humphreys, Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Alternate: Attila Beres, Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Division of the State Architect (California) Representative: Dennis Bellet, Division of State Architect Alternate: Howard Smith, Jr., Division of State Architect Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Representative: David R. Bonneville, Degenkolb Engineers Alternate: F. Robert Preece, Consultant General Services Administration-Seismic Program Representative: Bela I. Palfalvi, GSA-Seismic Program 377

6 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Alternate: Catherine K. Lee, GSA-Seismic Program Hawaii State Earthquake Advisory Board Representative: Gary Y. K. Chock, Martin & Chock, Inc. Alternate: Ian Robertson, Hawaii State Earthquake Advisory Committee Institute for Business and Home Safety Representative: Timothy A. Reinhold. Institute for Business and Home Safety Interagency Committee on Seismic Safety in Construction Representative: Shyam Sunder, Nationall Institute of Standards & Technology Alternate: H. S. Lew, National Institute of Standards & Technology International Code Council Representative: Tom Frost, International Code Council Alternate: Steve Ikkanda, International Code Council International Masonry Institute Representative: Diane Throop, International Masonry Institute Alternate: Richard Filloramo, International Masonry Institute Masonry Institute of America Representative: John Chrysler, Masonry Institute of America Metal Building Manufacturers Association Representative: W. Lee Shoemaker, Metal Building Manufacturers Association Alternate: Scott Russell, Nucor Building systems Mid-America Earthquake Center Representative: Amr Elnashai, University of Illinois--MAE Center National Association of Home Builders Representative: Gary Ehrlich, National Association of Home Builders Alternate: Ed Sutton, National Association of Home Builders National Concrete Masonry Association Representative: Jason J. Thompson, National Concrete Masonry Association Alternate: Robert D. Thomas, National Concrete Masonry Association National Conference of States on Building Codes and Standards Representative: Richard T. Conrad, AIA, Division of State Architect Alternate: Robert C. Wible, National Conference of States on Bldg. Codes & Standards National Council of Structural Engineers Associations Representative: Kevin Moore, Certus Consulting, Inc. Alternate: Greg Schindler, KPFF Consulting Engineers National Elevator Industry, Inc. Representative: Jean Smith, Schindler Elevator Corporation Alternate: George A. Kappenhagen, Schindler Elevator Corporation National Fire Sprinkler Association, Inc. Representative: Victoria Valentine, National Fire Sprinkler Associaton Alternate: Russell P. Fleming, National Fire Sprinkler Association National Institute of Building Sciences Representative: Jim W. Sealy, FAIA, Architect/Consultant Alternate: Gerald H. Jones, Code Official, Retired National Ready Mixed Concrete Association Representative: Colin L. Lobo, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association 378

7 Project Participants Portland Cement Association Representative: Joseph J. Messersmith, Jr., Portland Cement Assoc. Alternate: S. K. Ghosh, PhD, S. K. Ghosh & Associates, Inc. PreCast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Representative: Jason J. Krohn, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Alternate: David A. Sheppard, D A Sheppard Consulting Structural Engineer, Inc. Rack Manufacturers Institute Representative: Victor Azzi, Rack Manufacturers Institute Alternate: John Nofsinger, Rack Manufacturers Institute Steel Deck Institute Representative: Steven A. Roehrig, Steel Deck Institute Alternate: Walter Schultz, Nucor Research & Development Structural Engineers Association of California Representative: Jon P. Kiland, KPW Structural Engineers, Inc. Alternate: Kevin Moore, Certus Consulting, Inc. Structural Engineers Association of Central California Representative: Samantha M. Kersting, Buehler & Buehler Structural Engineers, Inc. Alternate: Tom H. Hale, California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development Structural Engineers Association of Colorado Representative: James R. Harris, J. R. Harris & Company Alternate: Dave Houdeshell, JVA Incorporated Structural Engineers Association of Illinois Representative: W. Gene Corley, CTL Group Structural Engineers Association of Kentucky Representative: Mark A. Caldwell, Apex Engineering, Inc. Alternate: Chella Subram, Cornerstone Engineering, Inc. Structural Engineers Association of Northern California Representative: Jon Kiland, Dasse Design Structural Engineers Association of Oregon Representative: Michael Hagerty, City of Portland Alternate: Joseph Gehlen, Kramer Gehlen Associates Structural Engineers Association of San Diego Representative: Geoff Warcholik, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Inc. Alternate: Chris Kamp, Stedman & Dyson Structural Engineers Structural Engineers Association of Southern California Representative: Mehran Pourzanjani, Saiful/Bouquet Structural Engineers Alternate: Williston L. Warren, SESOL, Inc. Structural Engineers Association of Texas Representative: Joseph Kallaby, OSI Alternate: Michael D. Engelhardt, University of Texas Structural Engineers Association of Utah Representative: A. Parry Brown, Reaveley Engineers and Associates Alternate: David L. Pierson, ARW Engineers Structural Engineers Association of Washington Representative: Doug Wilson, Reid Middleton, Inc. Alternate: Michael Valley, Magnusson Klemencic 379

8 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions The Masonry Society Representative: Arturo Schultz, University of Minnesota, U.S. Army CERL Representative: Steven C. Sweeney, U.S. Army CERL (CEERD-CF-M) Western States Clay Products Association Representative: Jeff I. Elder, PE, Western States Clay Products Association Western States Council of Structural Engineers Association Representative: Greg Shea, Moffatt, Nichol & Bonney, Inc. Wire Reinforcement Institute, Inc. Representative: Roy H. Reiterman, PE, WRI Technical Consultant Alternate: Robert C. Richardson, Consultant Affiliate Baltimore Aircoil Company Bay Area Structural, Inc. Building Technology, Incorporated CH2M Hill City of Hayward, California Felten Engineering Group, Inc. Flexhead Industries H&H Group HLM Design LaPay Consulting, Inc. Sea Hawk Enterprises, Inc. Square D Company State Farm Insurance Company Steel Joist Institute Vibration Mountings and Controls York, a Johnson Controls Company FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY PROJECT PERSONNEL Robert D. Hanson, PhD, PE, FEMA Subject Matter Expert, Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan, Walnut Creek, California Michael Mahoney, Geophysicist, FEMA Mitigation Directorate, Risk Reduction Division, Building Science Branch, Washington, DC Mai (Mike) Tong, PhD, Physical Scientist, FEMA Mitigation Directorate, Risk Reduction Division, Building Science Branch, Washington, DC NATIONAL EARTHQUAKE HAZARDS REDUCTION PROGRAM LIAISON John (Jack) R. Hayes, Director, NEHRP, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BUILDING SCIENCES/BUILDING SEISMIC SAFETY COUNCIL STAFF Claret M. Heider, NIBS Vice President for Building Seismic Safety Council and Multihazard Mitigation Council Programs Bernard Murphy, PE, Director, Special Projects Carita Tanner, Communications Director Joanette Parker, Administrative Assistant 380

9 Project Participants 2009 PROVISIONS UPDATE COMMITTEE Ronald O. Hamburger, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger, San Francisco, California Ex Officio Voting Member William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, San Francisco, California Representing Technical Subcommittee 1, Document Composition and Management William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, Oakland, California John D. Gillengerten, Deputy Director, Office of Statewide Health and Planning and Development, Sacramento, California Ronald O. Hamburger, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger, San Francisco, California James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado John D. Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington E. V. Leyendecker, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Representing Technical Subcommittee 2, Design Criteria and Analysis and Advanced Technologies John D. Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington Mark Aschheim, Professor, Santa Clara University, California James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado Charles Kircher, Principal, Charles Kircher and Associates Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California Representing Technical Subcommittee 3, Mapping, Foundations and Geotechnical Considerations C. B. Crouse, Principal Engineer, URS Corporation, Seattle, Washington Roger Borcherdt, Research Engineering Seismologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California E. V. Leyendecker, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Jonathan P. Stewart, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles Representing Technical Subcommittee 4, Concrete Structures Neil Hawkins, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois, Clyde Hill, Washington S. K. Ghosh, Principal, S. K. Ghosh Associates, Palatine, Illinois Sharon L. Wood, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Texas, Austin Representing Technical Subcommittee 5, Masonry Structures Richard E. Klingner, Professor, University of Texas, Austin Thomas A. Gangel, Principal, Wallace Engineering Structural Consultants, Tulsa, Oklahoma Jason J. Thompson, Structural Engineer, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia Representing Technical Subcommittee 6, Steel and Composite Steel and Concrete Structures James O. Malley, Senior Principal, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, California Roberto T. Leon, Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia Bonnie Manley, Regional Director American Iron and Steel Institute, Norfolk, Massachusetts Representing Technical Subcommittee 7, Wood Structures Kelly Cobeen, Associate Principal, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Emeryville, California J. Daniel Dolan, Professor, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington Philip Line, Manager, Engineering Research, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Representing Technical Subcommittee 8, Nonstructural Components and Nonbuilding Structures J. G. (Greg) Soules, Principal Engineer, Chicago Bridge and Iron, The Woodlands, Texas John D. Gillengerten, Deputy Director, Office of Statewide Health and Planning and Development, Sacramento, California Harold Sprague, Structural Project Engineer, Black and Veatch Special Projects Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas Representing Issue Team 1, Performance Criteria William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, Oakland, California Representing Issue Team 2, Design Parameters 381

10 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Robert E. Bachman, Principal, RE Bachman Consulting Engineers, Laguna Niguel, California C. Mark Saunders, President, Rutherford and Chekene Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, California Representing Issue Team 3, Foundation Design Requirements Martin Johnson, Director ELSR Division, ABS Consulting, Irvine, California Seismic Design Procedures Review Group Charles Kircher, Principal, Charles Kircher and Associates Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California PROVISIONS UPDATE PROJECT WORKING GROUPS Technical Subcommittee 1, Document Composition and Management William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, San Francisco, California John D. Gillengerten, Deputy Director, Office of Statewide Health and Planning and Development, Sacramento, California Ronald O. Hamburger, Structural Engineer, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger, San Francisco, California James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado John D. Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington E. V. Leyendecker, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Technical Subcommittee 2, Design Criteria and Analysis and Advanced Technologies John D. Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington Mark Aschheim, Professor, Santa Clara University, California James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado Charles Kircher, Principal, Charles Kircher and Associates Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California Finley Charney, Associate Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg Michael Constantinou, Professor, State University of New York, Buffalo Martin Johnson, Director ELSR Division, ABS Consulting, Irvine, California Joe Maffei, Rutherford and Chekene Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, California Alan Scott, Principal/Division Manager, KPFF Consulting Engineers, St. Louis, Missouri Corresponding Ian Aiken, Principal, Seismic Isolation Engineering, Piedmont, California Mohammed Ettouney, Principal, Weidlinger Associates, New York, New York Subhash Goel, Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Husein Hasan, Senior Civil Engineer, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville Saif Hussain, Managing Principal, SHA Coffman Engineers, Encino, California Marcelino Iglesias, Code Specialist, New Jersey Division of Codes and Standards, Trenton Leonard Joseph, Senior Vice President, Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers, New York, New York Sanj Malushte, Senior Engineering Specialist, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, Maryland Kit Miyamoto, President and CEO, Marr Chatter and Miyamoto, West Sacramento, California Mark Pierepiekarz, MRP Engineering, Newcastle, Washington Wenshen Pong, Assistant Professor, San Francisco State University, California Andrei Reinhorn, Professor and man, State University of New York, Buffalo James Russell, Building Code Consultant, Concord, California Gary Searer, Senior Engineer, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Emeryville, California Sayed Stoman, Chief Engineer, Caldwell Tanks, Peactree City, Georgia 382

11 Project Participants Andrew Taylor, Associate, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle, Washington Michael Valley, Associate, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington Andrew Whittaker, Associate Professor, State University of New York, Buffalo Technical Subcommittee 3, Mapping, Foundations and Geotechnical Considerations C. B. Crouse, Principal Engineer, URS Corporation, Seattle, Washington Roger Borcherdt, Research Engineering Seismologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California E. V. Leyendecker, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Jonathan P. Stewart, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles Donald Anderson, Principal Geotechnical Engineer, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, Washington Kenneth Campbell, Vice President, ABS Consulting Group, Beaverton, Washington Tom Hale, Structural Engineer, OSHPD, Sacramento, California Jeffery Kimball, Technical Specialist, National Nuclear Security Administration, Germantown, Maryland Nicholas Luco, USGS, Denver, Colorado Mark Moore, Senior Associate, Rutherford and Chekene, Oakland, California Farhang Ostradan, Chief Soils Engineer, Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, California Maurice Power, Principal Engineer, Geomatrix Consultants, Oakland, California Mishac Yegian, Professor, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts Corresponding Yousef Bozorginia, Associate Director, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research (PEER), Richmond, California Philip Caldwell, Staff Engineer, Square D/ Schneider Electric, Seneca, South Carolina Susan Chang, Principal Engineer, Shannon and Wilson, Seattle, Washington Paul Cloke, Professor Emeritus, University of Michigan, Prescott, Arizona Craig Comartin, President, Comartin-Reis, Stockton, California Ricardo Dobry, Professor, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York Husein Hasan, Senior Civil Engineer, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville Tara Hutchinson, Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego Jeffery Keaton, Senior Principal Engineering Geologist, MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Los Angeles, California Praveen Malhotra, Senior Research Scientist, FM Global, Norwood, Massachusetts Geoffrey Martin, Professor Emeritus, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Richard McConnell, Consultant, Springfield, Virginia Adrian Rodriguez-Marek, Assistant Professor, Washington State University, Pullman Dario Rosidi, Principal Technologist, CH2M Hill, Oakland, California Technical Subcommittee 4, Concrete Structures Neil Hawkins, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois, Clyde Hill, Washington S. K. Ghosh, Principal, S. K. Ghosh Associates, Palatine, Illinois Sharon L. Wood, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Texas, Austin David Arndt, Associate, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle, Washington Ned Cleland, president, Blue Ridge Design, Winchester, Virginia W. Gene Corley, Senior Vice President, CTL Group, Skokie, Illinois David Gustafson, Vice President of Engineering, Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute, Schaumburg, Illinois 383

12 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions H.S. Lew, Senior Research Engineer, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland Joe Maffei, Rutherford and Chekene Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, California Jack Moehle, Professor/Director of Civil Engineering Department, PEER Center, Richmond, California John Silva, Director Codes and Approvals, Hilti, San Rafael, California Richard Wollmershauser, Director of Technical Services, HILTI, Tulsa, Oklahoma Corresponding Husein Hasan, Senior Civil Engineer, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville Mervyn Kowalsky, Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University, Raleigh Rene Luft, Principal, Simpson Gumpertz, and Heger, San Francisco, California Antonio Nanni, Professor, University of Missouri, Rolla Technical Subcommittee 5, Masonry Structures Richard E. Klingner, Professor, University of Texas, Austin Thomas A. Gangel, Principal, Wallace Engineering Structural Consultants, Tulsa, Oklahoma Jason J. Thompson, Structural Engineer, National Concrete Masonry Association, Herndon, Virginia Daniel Abrams, Professor, University of Illinois MAE Center, Urbana Ronald Barnett, Aercon Florida, Haines City J. Gregg Borchelt, Vice President, Brick Industry Association, Reston, Virginia Robert Chittenden, Principal, Chittenden Engineering, Auburn, California Steve Dill, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle, Washington David Mclean, Department, Washington State University, Pullman Corresponding Gregory Kingsley, President and CEO Principal Engineer, KL and A, Golden, Colorado Robert Lyons, Associate, Brandow and Johnson Associates, Los Angeles, California Max Porter, Professor, Iowa State University, Ames Arturo Schultz, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis James Tauby, Chief Engineer, Mason Industries, Hauppauge, New York John Tawresey, KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle, Washington Diane Throop, Consultant, Cincinnati, Ohio Terence Weigel, Associate Professor, University of Louisville, Kentucky Technical Subcommittee 6, Steel and Composite Steel and Concrete Structures James O. Malley, Senior Principal, Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, California Roberto T. Leon, Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia Bonnie Manley, Regional Director American Iron and Steel Institute, Norfolk, Massachusetts Michael Cochran, Associate principal, Weidlinger Associates, Inc., Los Angeles, California Jerome Hajjar, Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana C. Mark Saunders, President, Rutherford and Chekene Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, California W. Lee Shoemaker, Director of Research and Engineering, Metal Building Manufactures Association, Cleveland, Ohio Kurt Swensson, President, KSI / Structural Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia Chia-Ming Uang, Professor, University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, California 384

13 Project Participants Corresponding Michel Bruneau, Professor, Department of Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering, State University of New York, Buffalo Scott Civjan, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Gregory Deierlein, Professor, Stanford University, Stanford, California Cynthia Duncan, Director of Specifications, American Institute of Steel Construction, Chicago, Illinois Jeff Ellis, Code Report and Branch Engineering Manager, Simpson Strong-Tie, Brea, California Subhash Goel, Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Husein Hasan, Senior Civil Engineer, TVA, Knoxville, Tennessee Neil Hawkins, Professor Emeritus, Clyde Hill, Washington Jay Larson, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Terry Lundeen, Principal, Coughlin Porter Lundeen, Seattle, Washington Robert Lyons, Associate, Brandow and Johnston Associates, Los Angeles, California Wenshen Pong, Assistant Professor, San Francisco State University, California Rafael Sabelli, Director of Seismic Design, WALTER P. MOORE, San Francisco, California Stephen Schneider, Kramer-Gehlen and Associates, Vancouver, Washington Bahram Shahrooz, Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Ohio Bozidar Stojadinovic, Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley James Thomas, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Cocoa, Florida Steven Thomas, Division Engineer, Butler Construction, Kansas City, Missouri Technical Subcommittee 7, Wood Structures Kelly Cobeen, Associate Principal, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Emeryville, California Part 1 - J. Daniel Dolan, Professor, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington Philip Line, Manager, Engineering Research, American Forest and Paper Association, Washington, DC Philip Brazil, Senior Engineer, Reid Middleton, Everett, Washington Robert Chittenden, Principal, Chittenden Engineering, Auburn, California Andre Filiatrault, Deputy Director MCEER, State University of New York, Buffalo Robert George, Architect, South San Francisco, California Erol Karacabeyli, Manager Wood Engineering Department, Forintek Canada Corporation, Vancouver, BC Vladimir Kochkin, Research Engineer, National Association of Home Builders Research, Upper Marlboro, Maryland James Mahaney, Principal, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Auburn, California Gary Mochizuki, Principal Structural Engineer, Structural Solutions, Inc., Walnut Creek, California Rawn Nelson, Structural Engineer, R.F. Nelson and Associates, Hermosa Beach, California Steven Pryor, Building Systems R & D Manager, Simpson Strong-Tie, Pleasanton, California Thomas Skaggs, Manager, Product Evaluation, APA-The Engineered Wood Association, Tacoma, Washington Corresponding David Adams, Structural Engineer, Tulare, California Scott Beard, Structural Engineer, City of Tacoma, Washington Kevin Cheung, Director, Technical Services, Western Wood Products Association, Portland, Oregon Patrick Edwards, Vice President/Director of Engineering, TP Engineering, Trussville, Alabama Jeff Ellis, Code Report & Branch engineering Manager, Simpson Strong-Tie, Brea, California Rick Fine, Structural Engineer, Fine Engineering, Snohomish, Washington Robert Johnson, President, R.I. Johnson and Associates, Wheaton, Illinois 385

14 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Jay Larson, American Iron and Steel Institute, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Bonnie Manley, Regional Director, American Iron and Steel Institute, Walpole, Massachusetts Zeno Martin, Engineer, APA-The Engineered Wood Association, Tacoma, Washington Frank Park, Supervisor of Engineering/Construction Plan Review, County of Guilford, Greensboro, North Carolina Marjan Popovski, Research Scientist - Building Systems Department, Forintek, Vancouver, BC, Canada Douglas Rammer, Research Engineer, USDA Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin Colin Rogers, Professor, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada Richard Silva, Seismic Safety Program Manager, National Park Service, Denver, Colorado Howard Smith, District Structural Engineer, Division of the State Architect, Department of General Services, Sacramento, California Charles Spitz, Architect-Planner-Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey John van de Lindt, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins Technical Subcommittee 8, Nonstructural Components and Nonbuilding Structures J. G. (Greg) Soules, Principal Engineer, Chicago Bridge and Iron, The Woodlands, Texas John D. Gillengerten, Senior Structural Engineer, Office of Statewide Health and Planning and Development, Sacramento, California Harold Sprague, Structural Project Engineer, Black and Veatch Special Projects Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas Robert E. Bachman, Principal, RE Bachman Consulting Engineers, Laguna Niguel, California Victor Azzi, Consulting Structural Engineer, RMI, Rye, New Hampshire Philip Caldwell, Staff Engineer, Square D / Schneider Electric, Seneca, South Carolina Susan Dowty, Structural, Seismic and Code Consultant, S. K. Ghosh Associates, Laguna Niguel, California James Lake, Fire Protection Engineer, NFPA International, Quincy, Massachusetts Patrick Lama, Vice President, Mason Industries, Hauppage, New York Ronald Haupt, Senior Consultant, Pressure Piping Engineering Associates, Foster City, California Sanj Malushte, Senior Engineering Specialist, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, Maryland John Silva, Director Codes and Approvals, Hilti, San Rafael, California Jeffery R. Soulages, Facilities Systems Engineering Manager, INTEL, Hillsboro, Oregon Corresponding David Adams, Structural Engineer, Tulare, California Scott Ashford, Professor and, Oregon State University, Corvallis Antonia Braga, Senior Engineer, FM Global, Woodland Hills, California Martin Eskijian, Supervisor Engineering Branch, California State Land Commission, Long Beach Husein Hasan, Senior Civil Engineer, TVA, Knoxville, Tennessee Douglas Honegger, Principal, D.G. Honegger Consulting, Arroyo Grande, California Francis Jehrio, Engineering Specialist, York International Corporation, York, Pennsylvania Brian Kehoe, Consultant, Emeryville, California Theodore Lemoff, Principal Gases Engineer, NFPA International, Quincy, Massachusetts John Loscheider, Principal, Loscheider Engineering Company, Renton, Washington Panos G. Papavizas, Manager, Engineering Systems and Processes, Baltimore Aircoil Company, Jessup, Maryland Rolf Pawski, Landmark Structures, Wheaton, Illinois Mark Pierepiekarz, MRP Engineering, Newcastle, Washington Denis Radecki, Senior Structural Engineer, Hamon Custodis, Brazil, Indiana David Sheppard, Structural Engineer, D.A. Sheppard Consulting Engineer, Sonora, California 386

15 Project Participants Richard Silva, Seismic Safety Program Manager, National Park Service, Denver, Colorado Anthony Shelton, Mechanical Engineer, Kone, Inc., McKinney, Texas Charles Spitz, Architect-Planner-Code Consultant, Wall, New Jersey John Stevenson, Senior Consultant, Stevenson and Associates, Cleveland, Ohio William Stewart, Architect, Stewart-Schaberg/Architects, Chesterfield, Missouri Victoria Valentine, Manager of Product Standards, National Fire Sprinkler Association, Patterson, New Jersey Michael Werner, Deputy public Works Director, Code Enforcement, County of St. Louis, Missouri Peter Yin, Section Head, Structures, Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, California Seismic Design Procedures Review Group Charles Kircher, Principal, Charles Kircher and Associates Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California C. B. Crouse, Principal Engineer, URS Corporation, Seattle, Washington Bruce Ellingwood, Professor of Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Ronald O. Hamburger, Senior Principal, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger, San Francisco, California James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, San Francisco, California John Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington Jeffery Kimball, Technical Specialist, National Nuclear Security Administration, Germantown, Maryland Nicholas Luco, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Andrew Whittaker, Associate Professor, State University of New York, Buffalo Issue Team 1, Performance Criteria William Holmes, Vice President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, San Francisco, California Robert E. Bachman, Principal, RE Bachman Consulting Engineers, Laguna Niguel, California Bruce Ellingwood, Professor of Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta Charles Kircher, Principal, Charles Kircher and Associates Consulting Engineers, Palo Alto, California E. V. Leyendecker, Research Civil Engineer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado Issue Team 2, Design Parameters Robert E. Bachman, Principal, RE Bachman Consulting Engineers, Laguna Niguel, California Vice John D. Hooper, Director of Earthquake Engineering, Magnusson Klemencic, Seattle, Washington James R. Harris, President, J. R. Harris and Company, Denver, Colorado Richard Klingner, Professor, University of Texas, Austin C. Mark Saunders, President, Rutherford and Chekene Engineers, San Francisco, California S. K. Ghosh, Principal, S. K. Ghosh and Associates, Palatine, Illinois Dan Dolan, Professor, Washington State University, Pullman 387

16 2009 NEHRP Recommended Seismic Provisions Issue Team 3, Foundation Design Requirements Martin Johnson, Director ELSR Division, ABS Consulting, Irvine, California J. G. (Greg) Soules, Principal Engineer, Chicago Bridge and Iron, The Woodlands, Texas John D. Gillengerten, Deputy Director, Office of Statewide Health and Planning and Development, Sacramento, California Rick Drake, Director of Design Engineering, Fluor-Daniel Engineering, Aliso Viejo California Marshall Lew, Vice President, MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Los Angeles, California 388

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